Corrie McKeague's uncle blasts police blunders

The uncle of missing serviceman Corrie McKeague says that mistakes by the police are the reason that the search is now being called off, 10 months after he disappeared after a night out in Bury St Edmunds. Suffolk Police have now said they've given up their search, and Tony Wringe, Corrie's uncle, rang to tell me how the family are feeling on this difficult day.

A Muslim mum is suing a posh Kensington school after being told she couldn't wear a face veil on its grounds. Good! The single mum Rachinda Serroukh, has claimed she is being discriminated against. Well, why don't you move to Dubai or Saudi Arabia, where these backwards attitudes to women are tolerated? I spoke to Anne Marie Waters, director of Sharia Watch UK.

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